About EBI - Environmental Business International Inc.

Founded in 1988, Environmental Business International Inc. (EBI, San Diego, Calif.) specializes in defining emerging markets and generating strategic market intelligence for companies, investors and policymakers.

EBI provides an inclusive economic framework for emerging industries driven by socially progressive policy and regulations, which allows entrepreneurs, investors and growth companies to place their enterprises in a larger strategic context. For example, solar energy firms may not consider themselves competitive with carbon sequestration firms, but they share common growth drivers and a common customer base that is weighing its options as climate change and carbon emission initiatives are undertaken.

EBI gave shape to the environmental industry 20 years ago when it launched Environmental Business Journal (ebiusa.com) in 1988. Quickly recognized as the leading provider of strategic information for the environmental industry, EBI’s segmentation and quantification was adopted by the U.S. Department of Commerce's Statistical Abstract, OECD, and many other government and private sources. EBJ data and analysis have been published in numerous business plans, in addition to The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Economist, Fortune and other leading trade and business periodicals.

In 1996 EBI applied its business research model to the highly successful Nutrition Business Journal (nutritionbusiness.com), which defined the emerging natural products industry from a disparate group of sectors, including health food retailers, multilevel marketers, manufacturers of dietary supplements, natural & organic foods, functional foods and ingredient suppliers.

Climate Change Business Journal® newsletter builds on the successful research model applied to these two internationally recognized journals to serve what we believe is the most compelling industry to emerge in the 21st century the Climate Change Industry.


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